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Author Tsan, U. C.
Source Hyper Articles en Ligne (HAL)
Content type Text
Publisher World Scientific Publishing
File Format PDF
Language English
Subject Keyword conservation laws ♦ asymmetry of universe ♦ phys ♦ Physics [physics]/Nuclear Theory [nucl-th]
Abstract Conservation of electric charge Q is a universal law in the sense that it should be conserved in any interaction, known or yet unknown. However Q should not be considered as a simple number but as the half sum of two irreducible quantities BAL= A-L (A is the baryonic number and L is the leptonic number) and total flavour TF. Conservation of electric charge implies obviously conservation of Q (considered as a simple number) but also BAL and TF. We verify that electromagnetism and strong interaction which conserve Q, A and L and all individual flavours conserve obviously BAL and TF; likely weak interaction which conserves Q, A and L conserves also BAL and TF. However conservation of BAL does not imply necessarily conservation of A and L. In effect ∃BAL=0 has another solution ∃A=∃L= 1 which points to a possible solution to explain how a material and neutral universe could arise evolving from A=0 L=0 Q=0 state to A>0 Q=0 state through a process which would conserve BAL and TF without conserving separately A and L.
ISSN 02183013
Educational Use Research
Learning Resource Type Article
Publisher Date 2007-01-01
e-ISSN 02183013
Journal International Journal of Modern Physics E
Volume Number 16
Page Count 17
Starting Page 1585
Ending Page 1601